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Poster: elkdog Date: Oct 26, 2005 7:40am
Forum: etree Subject: GD: Huge Other Ones

I searched the archives and didn't find a thread on this, but feel free to link me to it if it exists. Other than Hundred Year Hall and Dick's Pick 4 & 23, what are some huge versions of The Other One? I am in love with the aforementioned three, and would love to find some more in the same vein. Thanks.

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Poster: doodle Date: Oct 27, 2005 2:08am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

This may be completely out of left field and not your cup of tea, but would it be crazy to suggest checking out some Ratdog 'Other Ones'? The 4.17.03, Florida one(available on archive)is a 19 minute, percolating, chugging version that keeps moving along. Also Albany 3.21.04, w/members of Jazz Mandolin Proj. (not available on Archive) is another great version. Some other Ratdog's on archive are 8.24.01 and 6.24.00. There are more, but here's a couple. I know it's blasphemy to suggest a non-dead/jerry one, but these guys are worthy of checking out. See what you think.

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Poster: Martin Q Date: Oct 27, 2005 3:02am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

2-5-78 The Uni Dome has a great version.

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Poster: adroot02 Date: Oct 26, 2005 10:02pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

A couple of personal favorite are both from the Avalon Ballroom. Check out 10-13-68 and 01-26-69. Both have that really hairy late sixties growl and are both way outside of the box. The recording level is not too shabby considering how old it is. Give it a shot, you won't regret it!

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Poster: StrawRider Date: Oct 26, 2005 2:10pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

Elkdog,
Do you have 12-31-71? Huge jamming Other One sandwiching Me And My Uncle.
More Monster Versions in the time period you seem to enjoy:
03-21-72 is ok
05-07-72 clocks in at over 31 minutes
05-10-72 over 34 minutes
05-26-72 Europe 72 extended version
09-28-72 'out there'

You no doubt have most of these but there you go anyway.

Later version that's a face melter: 02-03-79
Another well-known great show with a short but intense Other One is 10-14-83 (Dick's Picks 13). I recommend the AUD version for a whole new experience.

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Poster: elkdog Date: Oct 26, 2005 2:40pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

StrawRider - I've got a couple of those, but a couple of the E72 dates and the 12-31-1971 show will be new to me. I'll check out 2-03-1979 as well. Thanks for the recommendations!

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Poster: StrawRider Date: Oct 26, 2005 2:55pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

Glad one or two will be new to you...enjoy!

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Poster: stratocaster Date: Oct 26, 2005 10:39pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

how about 12-31-1972...mammoth version...

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Poster: Duanebase Date: Oct 26, 2005 9:21pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

probably one of the more interesting other ones they did in the later years was the 6/22/92 version, i refer to it as "The Spanish One"

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Poster: Duanebase Date: Oct 26, 2005 9:53pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

also, i really enjoyed this other one the other day when i listened to it. great little find.

http://www.archive.org/audio/etree-details-db.php?id=14958

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Poster: US Blues Date: Oct 26, 2005 11:52pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

Start with E72 and work through all of 73. You'll likely find nothing shorter than 20 minutes and the boys were doing type 3 jams (see thread above on types of jams- oy, phish-heads) every night. In 73 the jams got more melodic when the PA changed, strange as that sounds.

Dates: 11.14.72, 9.3.72 (soon to be a Dick's Pick), 11.20.73, 11.23.73, 3.22.73, 5.3.72, 5.26.73, 5.20.73, 4.16.72 are some worth exploring. :-)

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Poster: stratocaster Date: Oct 27, 2005 2:54am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

non Cryptical Other Ones...

10-27-1979 Cape Cod...mother of all Lesh bass rolls
06-18-1974 jazzy, smooth...
08-19-1989 bombastic
05-07-1989 wall of noise
02-05-1978 check out Garcia's cool ring modulator tone
09-28-1972 intense
12-31-1972 interstellar overdrive

with the Cryptical

06-16-1985--cryp is sloppy as hell but the Other One is amazing...snake pit
07-02-1971
03-01-1969 amercian version of the magnificent 7
02-13-1970 heaven and hell in the outro Cryptical
05-02-1970 hot, definitive version...sweet arrangement



This post was modified by stratocaster on 2005-10-27 09:54:08

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Poster: Liamfinnegan Date: Jan 3, 2006 2:09pm
Forum: etree Subject: Huge Other One- as show opener

3/1/69 is a fantastic version of The other one- most will agree.

But, the most intense thing about that version is it OPENED THE SHOW!!

For you heads out there, can you tell me your favorite first set openers of all time- openers where the boys came charging out of the gate like they were already playing half the night?

I am not just talking Other One openers (though how many of these are there?). The band opened a good number of times with Shakedown or PLayin in the Band- Can you think of other first set openers that are on fire and jam out?



This post was modified by Liamfinnegan on 2006-01-03 22:09:04

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Poster: spinyn Date: Jan 3, 2006 3:31pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Huge Other One- as show opener

The second set that night was pretty good, too. (I was there and haven't been the same since...).

Back to the usual discussion.
Mark from NOLA

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Poster: elkdog Date: Oct 26, 2005 8:19am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

Thanks Strat- the downloads are already queued up!

As a more general note, thanks for the time and depth you put into your posts; I've come across a ton of great shows based on your recommendations, and I really appreciate it.

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Poster: stratocaster Date: Oct 26, 2005 8:24am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

no prob...been trading and "researching" the Grateful Dead for over 15 years, might as well pass along what I know...;P

with over 2300 shows and sometimes 300-500 versions of a song out there, it's good to get a few tips on the hottie shows and tunes...

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Poster: factman Date: Oct 26, 2005 8:56am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

If Phil intros are the focus of this thread, I can't let it go by without mentioning 9-10-90 Spectrum: it's even worth having an audience copy to hear the abuse Phil is doing to his Ken Smith.
6-9-91 Buckeye Lake--The only part of the evening that wasn't led by Bruce was Phil's intro.
3-22-90 certainly not the least......they stopped short of doing a full-fledged Other One Jam out of Truckin' before Drumz, then picked right back up with it out of Space. Weir was actually playing lead at one point. Brought it home with the only Jude> Fantasy> Jude sandwich, closed with one of the most under-mentioned Sugar Mags, and nightcapped with Baby Blue.
I'd love to see more opinions on this.......
Frank

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Poster: stratocaster Date: Oct 26, 2005 9:07am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

if you're talking about 03-22-1990, the show rocks big time...

09-10-1990 is pretty good, as is 09-26-1991 (not the biggest roll, but textured)

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Poster: factman Date: Oct 26, 2005 9:10am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones & 3-22-90

If GDP ever gets around to fully digitizing the vault and creating the pay-per-data-(deada?)-base they've alluded to in recent years, they should just offer that Copps Coliseum show for free download (preferably remixed from the 24 track) with ANY purchase.
You'd hear alot more folks joining the chorus, as that show was easily the best out of the 68 Dead shows I was blessed enough to see.
A free download would solve the obvious issue of paying royalties to Michael Jackson for the Hey Jude. Scarlet-> Fire that night certainly deserved to be singled out for release, but the only thing that should be second-guessed in that show was Brent's instant amnesia of half of Jude's lyrics..........

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Poster: Lemmy Date: Oct 26, 2005 2:55pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

Vancouver PNE June 22, 1973

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Poster: Driftin N Dreamin Date: Jan 14, 2006 12:59am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD: Huge Other Ones

As mentioned before, 10-27-79 has what may be the best Phil into and one of the Great Other Ones.
Check out 1-22-78, it's one of the last, if not the last of the long Other Ones ( 17 minutes) and segues into the classic Close Encounters Jam.

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